No. 29 October 2004
Focus: Electoral Politics
- Tanaka Aiji
- Changes in Japanese Electoral Politics, 2003-2004: The Impact of Pension Reform or the Koizumi Effect?
- Hirano Hiroshi
- The Dismantlement of the Koizumi Coalition and Changes in Voters' Policy Preferences
- Kobayashi Yoshiaki
- What Did Voters Hope to Achieve through the 2004 Upper House Election?
- Kabashima Ikuo
- Prospects for a Two-Party System in Japan
- Steven R. Reed
- Analyzing the Results of the 2004 House of Councillors Election: The Same Old Story
- Makita Naoki
- The Social Science Japan Data Archive: Achievements Since 1998 and Future Steps
- Sano Yoshihide
- The Department of Research on the Staffing Industry
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